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criticisms on bbc radio. (sir arthur munnings) the sculptors today are sinking away into a fashion. you saw these things exhibited in battersea park, and god help us if all the race of women looked like that. (audience laughing) (narrar) munnings was t last major british stitutional voice to criticize henry moore's vision. the british council, founded to promote the nation's art and artists internationally, selected moore to represent britain at the venice biennale in 1948. he won the first pze for foreign sculpture. there were other great artists who were either, seems to me, at the tail end of something or were too idiosyncratic to market internationally in the way that moore really seemed to fit with the modern movement across europe and the world. so an agency like the british council, looking to promote british culture and a new view of britain as a great power but coming to terms with the aftermath of the second world war, would listen to these voices telling them that moore is the great artist around at the moment. (narrator) that international stature permitted moore to work on a la
section on our website looking at the political changes in the region. just go to bbc.com/arab uprisings. shattered and her broken, the two australian deejays to make a prank call to the hospital said they feel after the death of the nurse then spoke to. the two radio personality speak about what they say was a tragic turn of events that no one could have predicted. our royal correspondent has the latest. >> they have made the journey from the family home in bristol. floors have been placed in tribute. after 30 minutes, her husband and their son and daughter emerged. they had been accompanied by the mps. >> in the 25 years i've been a member of parliament, ipad to be with people so sad. >> to the people who made a prank call, jacintha saldanha was just the anonymous voice to answered it. >> i remember that moment very well. i have not stopped thinking about it since it happened. i remember my first question, was she a mother? >> gutted, shattered, heartbroken. >> their defense is that they never intended to cause any harm. >> it was never meant to go that far. it was meant to be a silly
his criticisms on bbc radio. (sir arthur munnings) the sculptors today are sinking away into a fashion. you saw these things exhibited in battersea park, and god help us if all the race of women looked like that. (audience laughing) (narrar) munnings was t last major british stitutional voice to criticize henry moore's vision. the british council, founded to promote the nation's art and artists internationally, selected moore to represent britain at the venice biennale in 1948. he won the first pze for foreign sculpture. there were other great artists who were either, seems to me, at the tail end of something or were too idiosyncratic to market internationally in the way that moore really seemed to fit with the modern movement across europe and the world. so an agency like the british council, looking to promote british culture and a new view of britain as a great power but coming to terms with the aftermath of the second world war, would listen to these voices telling them that moore is the great artist around at the moment. (narrator) that international stature permitted moore to wor
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